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Then, without warning, he said: 'This marriage is dead and I am in love with someone else.' "My husband told me he was moving out that afternoon to live in Atlanta, where the woman he loved was a reporter.
Beyond saying that she was considerably younger and beautiful, Joe didn't volunteer more information."He said he had been unhappy for some time.
'The possibility that fascism will be accorded a fresh chance to strut around the world stage is enhanced by the volatile presidency of Donald Trump,' she writes.'Instead of standing up for the values of a free society, Mr.
Trump's oft-vented scorn for democracy's building blocks has strengthened the hands of dictators.'Fascism rose in popularity shortly after the the end of World War One, where a badly bruised European continent struggled to recover economically in the years after the conflict.
After all, he said, other people get divorced."He left later that afternoon.
Doctors told her that an abortion was illegal at that stage. Although this was tragic, she says, she and her husband later felt relieved.
"Had the baby lived, I would have loved my child without limit," she writes.
Mrs Albright, who served as President Clinton's secretary of state, has long had a reputation as a formidable political operator whose high-octane career allowed no room for personal emotion.
But her 562-page autobiography, Madam Secretary - to be published in Britain by Macmillan on Oct 17 - also reveals her private struggles and setbacks.
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"I also know that the experience made it clear to me that a woman should have the right to choose, especially in difficult cases, and that a decision to terminate cannot possibly ever be made without much pain."A third pregnancy resulted in a healthy daughter, Katherine.